03 May 2012
After two months of growth, same-store sales underwhelmed in April, hitting their lowest level since 2009, according to the Associated Press. These disappointing results may be a sign that full economic recovery remains elusive—at least in the minds of consumers. “This is a two- to three-month story,” said Alison Jatlow Levy, a Kurt Salmon retail strategist, in the article. “The U.S. economy isn’t out of the woods.”
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